This inviting 3-story loft is located at 2000 Little Raven Street  in The Flour Mill Lofts in Denver, CO. It boasts 3,724 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, exposed brick and ductwork throughout, 16′ ceilings, chef’s kitchen with Wolf 8-burner gas cooktop and  150-bottle Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, open living room/dining room area, family room, office with spiral staircase and a 30 ft. x 10 ft. terrace deck. It is listed at $1,650,000.

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  • Daniel

    Nope, not a fan. Looks like a pseudo-urban hipster bar you’d find in an “up-and-coming” neighborhood somewhere.




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  • Grrrowler

    Downtown Denver has really turned around the last several years, and is actually a nice place to be now. I’m not a huge fan of the loft concept, but this looks like it would actually be a comfortable home. But, no matter what I think of the place, the fact that it overlooks the train tracks overshadows any other positives for me.




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  • richvanc

    Another horrible home…why is Kenny torturing us? Have we been BAD?




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  • T Man

    Premier loft, right on a rail line.




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  • rob

    Downtown Denver has always been a cool place to live. Recently with the moving of the stadium and other amenities it has gotten better. I used to live on the 40th floor of Brooks Towers in downtown and had phenomenal views all the way out to the rockies. This is good value for the money. Real estate prices in Denver never went into the stratosphere like so many other places. This would be a good base to live and work during the week and take off for the mountains on the weekends. I like it.




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  • sam

    It’s a cool area. Some people like trains, but the noise can be a little much. My inlaws have a floor in this building and the views are amazing. Downtown, arena, trains and trainstation on one side, and the Platt river and the mountains on the other side Plus it’s next to a park so it’s assured of keeping it’s views. The area only seems to be getting better for amenities and seems like it will only continue to do so in the future. I admit though there is no accounting for taste which for some reason people in denver always seem to be lacking.




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